Honeymoon Destination: Tahiti

Tahiti is like a Garden of Eden with its exotic fruits, flowers, and fresh fish. This sun-splashed island paradise is the largest of the Society Islands. The popular activities here include deep-sea, diving in Tahiti’s calm lagoon, and parasailing above its wide-skirted beaches. Here are other ways to make your Tahiti experience more memorable.

Pack a Romantic Gourmet Picnic

Remember that Tahiti is a French territory, so freshly baked baguettes are regularly served with every meal. Include a selection of cheeses, a loaf, and a favorite wine to compliment it all, and then head to a scenic spot for an unforgettable meal.

You may also try the exotic natural treats of the island such as, the sweet bananas, tree-ripe mangoes, buttery-soft papayas, and the sweet little pineapples.

Savor the Freshest Fish

Enjoy the local specialty fish of each island’s fresh fish eateries. Many of these barefoot-in-the-sand establishments’ sea level prices are sure to attract you. You will also find harbor side restaurant wagons that offer delicious culinary treats at surprisingly inexpensive prices.

Rediscover the Joy of Cycling

To enjoy the scents sights and sounds of Tahiti, go free-wheeling on a bicycle. Since taxi fares are quite expensive here, almost all hotels rent out bicycles by

the hour. The Le Truck is another option to go around the island. It’s an open air type of transportation.
Take a Ferry Cruise

Scoot by high-speed ferry ride over the Sea of Moon from Tahiti to Moorea for a day trip or a several night-stay. The round trip fee is worth the pleasure of the ride.

Enjoy the Sunset Together

Sharing the fiery sunset is an unforgettable event. This is a perfect time to sit at an open air bar of a hotel or cafe, while sipping your favorite tropical drink to celebrate the end of another beautiful day in paradise.

Take a Piece of Memory with You

A piece of jewelry or locally made crafts would be the perfect remembrance of your stay in Tahiti. Black pearls, wood carvings, and mother of pearl jewelry, and the well-priced pareos are also sold on all the islands. Take your pick.

Article Written By Athena

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Last updated on 19-07-2016 1K 0

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